Types of Stock Markets in India

National Stock Exchange (NSE)

India's largest stock exchange was offering equities, derivatives, and ETFs.

Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)

One of Asia's oldest exchanges with equities, derivatives, bonds, and mutual funds.

Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX)

Leading commodity futures exchange for metals, energy, agriculture, and bullion.

National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX)

Specializes in agricultural commodity futures like wheat, soybeans, cotton, etc.

Indian Energy Exchange (IEX)

Premier power exchange for transparent trading of electricity and renewable energy certificates.

Currency Derivatives Market

A platform for trading currency futures and options to manage currency risk.

SME Exchange (BSE and NSE)

Platforms for SMEs to raise capital and provide investment opportunities.

Regional Stock Exchanges

Local exchanges like CSE, MSE, and ASE serve specific regions for listing and trading.